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with the mission on benghazi and donald sterling threatening the doctors that diagnosed him as mentally incompetent. you'll hear one report next. ugh. heartburn. did someone say burn? try alka seltzer reliefchews. they work just as fast and are proven to taste better than tums smoothies assorted fruit. mmm. amazing. yeah, i get that a lot. alka seltzer heartburn reliefchews. enjoy the relief. >>> welcome back. let's check in with susan hendrix with the 360 bulletin. >> a law enforcement official says investigators don't expect to have an easy time getting information from amed abu khattala. in sea rather than air will give them more time to question them. >>> the truck that rear-ended tracy morgan's limb ho was speeg 20 miles an hour over the speed limit. tracy morgan suffered broken ribs, leg and nose. one person died in the limbo. >>> a judge today heard audio tapes of intimidating voice males that sterling left for doctors that certified him as mentally incapacitated. here is a recording. >> i'm not incompetent, you're an incompetent dr. i'm going to get you fired. >> the judge denied sterling's
rit little to enhance security in benghazi. it wasn't an intelligence failure. it is a policy and leadership failure on the part of the administration. with regard to iraq, intelligence including director clapper's testimony at a january 29, 2014 hearing has been clear that iraq was vulnerable to the threat from isil. i encourage any member to read the intelligence if they are questions regarding the assessment about security in iraq and the rise of isil. it was clear in 2011 as u.s. forces were withdrawing that iraq was vulnerable to resurgeance and we have seen the violence escalate during the administration's failed policy. this was easily predicted but we have stood by and watched as it has occurred. again, this is a policy failure. not an intelligence failure. perhaps the most concerning aspect of the foreign policy is the counter-terrorism strategy. i hear them touting the dissire of them being on the run. but nothing could be further from the truth. al qaeda is on the run but they are running from one country to the next and taking over one country and the next. violent
.s. consulate in benghazi. military units like s.e.a.l. team 6 and delta force have been overwhelmingly successful in their missions. because of this, there's a temptation to view american special forces as a solution to just about all military problems without really calling on military action. joining me now, spencer ackerman, u.s. national security editor for "the guardian" and someone who used to be in the special forces, former navy s.e.a.l. brandon webb. he's now editor of features news and analysis from military and special ops vets. brandon, let me start with you. if you're dropped into iraq under these conditions, i mean, what possible influence can you imagine having given the scale of the chaos there? >> well, we have to remember, you know, this is a mission that the green berets are very familiar with. a lot of these guys have existing relationships that they've developed with the iraqis, you know, during the second invasion. not that that makes a situation any better, but they do have -- they do stuff daily, but, you know, it just -- really what concerns me is t
on fast and furious. there is ted cruz taking on benghazi. and the irs. and the va scandal. and the bergdahl swap. and the out-of-control government spending. and the president's lawlessness. the list goes on. whenever i see him taking on yet another big issue, i invariably tweet, must ted cruz do everything. and the answer is, invariably, yes, because with the exception of his fellow warriors for freedom here today, he literally has to do everything himself. and thank goodness he's willing to do it. please welcome, a true hero of this republic, i'm honored to call him a friend, senator ted cruz. [ applause ] >> well, thank you so very much. thank you, monica, for the very, very kind introduction. what a fantastic fearless voice for liberty, monica. and what a blessing it is to be with all of you. you know, the scripture tells us where two or more gathered in his name, he will be there. and there are a lot more than two of us here today. it is a real honor, it is a pleasure to be here with you, to be joining you today. you know, many of us, we go to church on sunday. we'll
reporting on benghazi, former cbs news investigative journal is sheryl at kis at -- s joining us. >> and irs claiming that lois lernery e-mails are lost but they also destroyed hard drive from which they originateed. our first guest said that president's options in iraq stem from years of disengagement by this administration, and u.s., will do its part, it is up to the iraqis as a sovereign nation, joining us congressman buck mckean. it is great to have you with us. >> thank you, lou. lou: the president contradicting himself as we reported at outset of the broadcast, he also seemed to embrace greater ambiguity for greater explanation for the american people. after you listen to the president, where are we headed in iraq? >> i am confused as i think you and your listeners. the president has done this before, we went through the same thing with syria. then we asked russia to pull our fat out of the fire, now we look to iran, i think that russia and iran have proven to not be our greatest allies. it i is really, i wish the president would sit down with their military advisors those who are best
is -- benghazi and i understand that was a disaster and should be investigated but i compare that to iraq. i remember all these promises that were made to the american people into the world world by the bush of administration. i remember phrases like shock and awe. the opposition was going to be so overwhelmed by american might that they would never even consider doing anything like we are seeing now. i remember vice president cheney saying this cannot be another vietnam. we were going to get in and get rid of the administration there and get out and that was going to be at. we have spent $1.7 trillion. this is going to be a model democracy. once we installed there we were going to leave and show the middle east have a good stable democracy would be. why are we investigating back? how come there has been no investigation and i don't believe it's too late to start a congressional investigation. >> host: congressman? >> guest: looks quite honestly i think we would be throwing good money after bad. you think the jury and the verdict is in on that. those were assumptions and mistakes obviously t
are currently incarcerated in federal prisons with no escapes. the role in the benghazi attack is a great example of our ability to deal with high-profile terrorists safely and swiftly. he will not be brought to guantanamo. he will be brought to the united states to answer for his crimes in a federal court and punished in accord answer with the laws of this nation. i have every confidence to bring him to justice. he said its continued operation mock ours values. it's time to put an end to this by supporting this amendment. let me use one more quote, in the words of the family members of the 9/11 victims, the current system is immoral, unlawful, counterproductive, unnecessary and has failed to deliver justice for the 9/11 attacks. i reserve the balance of my time. the chair: for what purpose does the gentleman -- >> i seek time in opposition. the chair: the gentleman is recognized for five minutes. mr. frelinghuysen: madam chairman, i'd like to first recognize mr. moran's service on our committee. as just exhibited in the full committee, he is truly a passionate man, and i may say he's bee
. otherwise we're going to have a benghazi squared. >> there's a lot of firepower in the region to respond to anything that happens on the ground. >> yes. there's an aircraft carrier, 5,000 combat troops in the region. the 300 on the -- that the president is sending in, however, have a mission that is not clear to me, as we've heard general keene say here over and over again. if you're going to have air strikes, you have to have americans on the ground to pick the targets and direct the firepower. if they're not doing that, what are they doing? if they're advising the ragtag iraqi army that seems to evaporate when the enemy approaches, that's going to be short work. >> let me play the sound byte from secretary kerry about these military advisers, and i'll get your thoughts on it. >> is that the difference in stemming the tide? it's meant to give the president the best assessment possible so that whatever choices the president makes, or has to make as we go down the road, are based on facts, are based on real possibilities, not a wing and a prayer. and i think the president is wise to try t
condemned a u.s. raid that nabbed a suspect accused of plotting the 2012 attack in benghazi. captured by u.s. special forces over the weekend and immediately was away to a u.s. ship. the obama ministration says it plans to try him in civilian court. on wednesday, libyan officials called u.s. rate of violation of libyan sovereignty and said khatalla chebeague rock back inside libya. -- should be brought back for travel inside libya. without prior knowledge of the libyan government at a time the city of benghazi suffers from security disruptions. there wanted in a number of cases. the security situation in benghazi has left them unable to enforce these orders. >> in a letter to view an security council, the us ambassador to the united nations, samantha power, defended the raid by invoking the u.s. right to self-defense under article 51 of the u.n. charter. allah a keykhat figure in the benghazi attack and said he was signing the violence against americans. he is reportedly being held on u.s. ship and undergoing an fbi-led interrogation. it is unclear if he has been red armor and a warning of
but we have benghazi, libya, we have egypt, syria. we're just not sure the president has a coherent strategy for the region. i think that is an opinion that is widely shared read beyond that, i think in terms of making people feel better, republicans are going to feel better until they get united states senate and the presidency. we are in a divided government situation inherently frustrating for all concerned. hopefully we can find some areas where we can work together. we can arrive at some deals. hopefully deals that are less contentious than the ones we have had over the last few years. >> congressman cole, congressman kevin mccarthy is going to be taking over from eric cantor at the end of july. how does kevin mccarthy square with the tea party segment of the republican party? are they going to be disappointed a tea party recalled line is not getting a leadership position? >> i will let the people who hat say thatess t for themselves. there was a huge majority. it spans every part of the conference geographically. people are very comfortable with kevin. an extremely accessible
to answer for the benghazi deal. >> don't give up your day job. >> that's it. >> in today's top trender, slick politics. >> it was a win for senator mary landrieu. the senate energy committee passed a bill to force keystone approval. this pipeline is ready to go. the energy committee sends keystone approval through the senate pipeline. >> our republicans on the panel voted to clear the pipeline chaired by chairwoman mary landrieu. the cleanest barrel of oil produced in north america. >> all we're looking for is a source, senator. >> senator mary landrieu says her top priority is getting the keystone pipeline built. >> they would have to bring the bill to the senate floor for a vote. >> it's hard for us to understand why there r is a question as to whether this infrastructure is in the national interest. >> joining me tonight by phone, jane kleb. jane, good to have you with us today on short notice. this is interesting the timing because the permit in south dakota runs out within a week and yet the senate energy committee is taking a vote leaving the impression that we're just so close.
these issues whether what is happening in iraq or the veterans administration or benghazi. there's a lot of pleasure to ensure there isn't -- pressure to ensure theresen anymore wasteful government spending and they have a lot of weight on their shoulders to make things happen for the american people. i've known kevin for 20 years. a very impressive gentleman. very good-natured. more conservative tom people realize, a very positive permit. it's a good team, and i think the public will be satisfied with it. but in the end, it's all about results and you have to deliver results between now and election day. >> but now in choosing scalise, if they had not chosen him, let's say a more mainstream -- not taking anything away from scalise but considered more tea party favorite type -- if they had gone not to him would that have created even more problems? >> i got to throw it back to you. is not being main stream -- is someone who doesn't want to raise taxes on hard-working americans, is that a conservative position? -- >> i don't have to remind you what happened to eric cantor, right? >> but c
. >> absolutely. thank you for having me. >>> coming up -- the main suspect in the benghazi attacks. on a ship back to the u.s. still he is being questioned. officials don't expect to have it easy. challenges they face here in this interrogation. >>> also ahead, donald sterling's wife, have you heard? she asked a judge to protect witnesses from possible intimidation by her husband. what kind of threatening behavior are we talking about? we will discuss that. also ahead, an injure ed man, 1 days in a cave. how did he survive? stay right here. ♪ ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] if you can't stand the heat, get off the test track. get the mercedes-benz you've been burning for at the summer event, going on now at your authorized mercedes-benz dealer. hurry, before this opportunity cools off. ♪ and now you get hit again.asis. this time by joint pain. it's a double whammy. it could psoriatic arthritis a chronic inflammatory disease that attacks your joints on the inside and your skin on the outside. if you've been hit by... find out more about psoriatic arthritis. take the symptom quiz at doublewhammy
about benghazi, about the new health care law, about whether we need a college rating system from washington, d.c., about fixing no child left behind? i remember in senator byrd's book he talked about the panama canal treaty that he and senator baker marshaled through. it took 67 votes, very divisive issue. he said, we allowed 200 amendments, reservations, and other codicils to the amendment. and we killed them all. we beat them all. but he said, we never would have gotten the treaty ratified if we hadn't allowed senators to have their say. so we've gotten to this level of distrust between that side and this side, and a number of us -- most of us are trying over here to say, all we want is an opportunity to have amendments offered in the regular order, a chance to debate them, and a chance to vote on them, and if we're defeated, so be it and to impose a gag rule on us imposes a gag rule on the people we're sent here to represent. and this morning in the appropriations committee that gag rule moved from the senate floor to the appropriations committee. if the republicans were in ch
and americans deserve real answers. on the e-mail point, let's not forget that on benghazi the white house failed to produce a relevant e-mail until they were forced to do it. forgive me for being a bit dubious. >> guy benson, thanks much. see you soon. >>> a marine veteran about to get the nation's highest honor. we are going to be back live at the white house as the president gets ready to present the medal of honor to corporal kyle carpenter left clinging to life after he took a blow from a grenade to protect a fellow marine. >>> double trouble. twin tornadoes touch down and more twisters may be on the way now. we're live at the extreme weather center for you. >>> the detroit tigers facing one loss after another but the baseball team's manager striking out with many fans after he was asked about the slump. what did he say? >> how are you when you go home? >> i beat my wife. [ woman ] i've always tried to see things from the best angle i could. it's how i look at life. especially now that i live with a higher risk of stroke due to afib, a type of irregular heartbeat not caused by a heart
years since the tragic attack on our consulate in bank of benghazi. ever since there has been only one question. >> what is this, almost two years after benghazi, no one has been captured, no one has killed. >> none of the attack verse been arrested. >> the people who committed this crime in benghazi have never been arrested. >> why hasn't anyone been arrested? >> yes, we must wring those responsible from benghazi to justice. and sadly, hillary clinton remains at large. [laughter] oh, wait, and yesterday this happened. >> u.s. special forces moved in and captured the so-called mastermind of the attack in benghazi. >> the u.s. was able to capture ahmed abu khattalah, the leader of an islamist terrorist group in libya. >> stephen: yes, we got our man. justice has been served. u-s-a! u-s-a! u-s-a is what they want us to think. but it's going to take more than what we demanded to satisfy us. >> why did it take so long to bring this guy in? >> what took so long? >> for those keeping track, it's been 642 days. >> it took 642 days after the attacks to land one suspect. >> this guy has been dr
laden. he got us out two of wars. and he now captured the benghazi terrorist. so i think barack obama, our commander in chief, ought to be respected. and instead of going to the floor to make speeches and saying this is burning and that's burning, who caused the burning? and so let's move forward. let's hear what the president says. let's make sure that we have a good counterterrorism operation. and not get in the middle of a civil war. >> senator, thank you very much. senator barbara boxer. thank you. >>> and former congresswoman gabby giffords was back in washington throwing out the ceremonial first pitch at last night's congressional women's softball team against their rivals, the washington press corps. our annual matchup to raise money for the young survivors league. a breast cancer support coalition. giffords played in the inaugural congressional women's softball game in 2009. before taking the field this time, giffords tweeted a joke to 50 cent saying, bet you my first pitch will be better than yours. it sure was. and there was no doubt about that with giffords leading off, the
happens to incumbents. i mean, we have benghazi, then we have the v.a. scandal. then the prisoner exchange. and we had the irs lost, you know, two years of e-mails. story after story after story that make it very difficult for him to talk about anything else. and when republicans do pick up seats in the house which i believe or they get control of the senate, that lack of clout that he has will be very exposed. so again, failing some dramatic military intervention or some episode, he has -- he's in a very difficult position. having said that, you can never underestimate the power of an american presidency and at the end of the term there tends to be a little bit of a lift. as people look back and kind of try to put him in historic perspective. but i think -- i think that failing an episode -- some huge episode, the essential elemental force of his presidency is dissipated and kind of gone. >> two points i have to make. i'd love to be the democrat jumping up and being a huge cheerleader. but reality strikes in this case. i think the worst part for the president is the events are controlling
of one of the benghazi master minds when he was arrested recently. everything is fair game. everything is controversial. there's no one issue where everyone now agrees upon. you can add iraq into this and it has been striking that so many of the architects of the 2003 iraq war have been coming out to criticize the obama administration. it's nothing new when former vice-president dick cheney is criticizing president obama. he's done it time and time again. instead of people almost rolling up their sleeves, okay, what do we do in this situation. as you kind of pointed out, it becomes finger pointing, who can get one upsmanship five months from now. >> thank you, mark. greatly appreciate you joining us. >> thank you. >>> when american apparel fired its founder and ceo following serious claims of sexual harassment, it's one of the stories we're following around the news nation today. [meow mix jingle slowly and quietly plucks.] right on cue. [cat meows] [laughs] ♪meow, meow, meow, meow... ♪meow, meow, meow, meow... it's more than just a meal, it's meow mix mealtime. with 100% complete
have gone mia - the explanation not satisfying many. >>> and the man that wrote the book on benghazi. join us about the latest capture. and what is trending harmeli aregawi on the web. >> a shampoo ad wants women to stop apologising. looks like it struck a cord with a lot of people, because it's going viral. while you are watching join the conversation at: >> as president obama faces pressure on what action to take in iraq, a new poll shows a large percentage of americans disapprove of how he is handling foreign policy. a 54% of registered voters believe he cannot lead and get the job done. according to a wall street journal poll. form he secretary of state hillary clinton isn't faring well either. joining us from los angeles to talk about the political headlines is al jazeera america political contributor michael shorer. president obama's being after 2006 in katrina. and 54% as i said said he can't lead and get the job done. that led nbc's chuck todd to say, that amounts to the public telling president obama his presidency is over. this lack of public confidence has to hurt the pres
and leadership failures. as we saw in benghazi, the intelligence community provided ample strategic warning of the deteriorateing security situation in libya. yet the administration did little to enhance security in benghazi. failing to protect a diplomatic facility despite repeated warnings is not an intelligence failure. it's a policy and a leadership failure on the part of the administration. with regard to iraq, intelligence including director clapper's testimony at a january january 29, 2014 hearing, has been abundantly clear that iraq was vulnerable to the threat from isil. i encourage any member to read the intelligence if they have questions regarding the intelligence community's assessment about security in iraq and the rise of isil before the fall of mosul. it was clear in 2011 as u.s. forces were withdrawing that iraq was vulnerable to a resurgence in extremist activity, and we have seen the violence escalate steadily in the last three years during this administration's failed policies. this collapse in security was again easily predicted, but we have stood by and watched as it h
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the benghazi suspect should be tried in a civil court or sent to guantÁnamo bay. only 7% of americans say they have a great deal of confidence in congress. 10% in 2013. good morning, everyone. we will kick off today's show with open phones. he can call in now on any public policy issue. republicans, (202) 585-3881. democrats, (202) 585-3880. independents and all others, (202) 585-3882. .oin us on social media twitter, facebook and e-mail. front page of the washington post this morning is that the usc'sadministration -- risk in iraq hqi airstrikes. a bombing campaign would be fraught with complications and that iraq's political divisions need to be addressed first. obama told them he was still reviewing his options but that he was primarily considering ways to bolster assistance for iraq's security forces. same time, obama told them he would not seek congress's formal approval should he decided that military force is necessary. military leaders were up on capitol hill yesterday. chuck hagel and general dempsey testifying over on the senate side. askedr coats from indiana the defense secret
suspects to face a u.s. court. >>> and a suspect accused of the attack in benghazi, libya, is expected to arrive in the united states in days. he's on board a navy warship in the mediterranean. he was captured on sunday in libya and will be tried in a u.s. court system. khatallah could face the death penalty for the deaths of u.s. ambassador chris stevens and three other americans. >>> this morning an 89-year-old philadelphia man is being held without bail on a german arrest warrant. johann breyer has been charged with aiding in the murder of hundreds of thousands of men, women, and children. steve patterson of our philadelphia station reports. >> reporter: in federal court, the 89-year-old breyer is dodging cameras. >> 158 train loads, not individuals. train loads of people. >> reporter: breyer admits to being a former nazi. an s.s. guard stationed in occupied poland at auschwitz. german authorities have an arrest warrant for him slaughtering anywhere between 200,000 to 300,000 men, women, and children. they want him extradited as soon as possible. >> his guarding along with all the o
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you posted. >>> new coming in overnight, benghazi suspect khrats -- khattalah spilling secrets to u.s. investigators. he is on his way to new york and is giving interrogators a bit of a history lesson about the group al shah -- sharia. >> warehouses in the united states packed with children who cross the border illegally. in the midst of that crisis the department of health and human services says it started to release hundreds of children into the custody of their parents in the united states even if those adults are here illegally. an official telling the daily mail that the primary focus is clearing space in the facilities. in the meantime the feds are shipping illegals to massachusetts but the governor there has no idea. >> i have a question about the story of the illegal immigrants. did you hear about that? >> i've been hearing about it. >> do you know anything about that? >> i don't. >> and you would; right? you are in a position where you would know if that was going on? >> i don't know anything about it. >> can you imagine? the governor of his own state and he doesn't know a
? >> terry gross. >> terry gross is very smart and wouldn't ghent off hillary. brett baird did benghazi and that wasn't dangerous at all. >> the reason why is the left didn't trust hillary clinton in 2008 and not trust her in 2016. i'm talking about the tough left like people who are interview on npr, it's the truth! guy, listen to this show on saturday morning like on the media or something! i cannot believe how liberal those shows are. but the hardened left, people that run npr shows, didn't trust her in '08 and in '16 she won't be trusted on the hard left because she is close with goldman sacks and wall street. the clinton's are wall street. in her position as secretary of state she always took the position of intervention. she is a neocon. i want mika to get before she blows up, i want mika to get to this cheney script. >> i thought it was fascinating. >> you've been wanting to get to this cheney strip a long time. they will love this on npr. >> i'm wondering what chris thinks. white house press secretary jay carney marked his final day at the podium with rebuke of the previous admi
continues to debate whether the benghazi suspect should be tried in a civil court or sent to guantÁnamo bay. only 7% of americans say they have a great deal of confidence in congress. 10% in 2013. good morning, everyone. we will kick off
earlier this year in connection with the murder. one other suspect is now in custody. >> the benghazi suspect khatallah is talking to officers and is giving all sorts of information. libya is demanding we return him saying we had no right to take him in the first place. katherine herridge has the story from guantanamo bay, cuba. >> stud it shows the extreme steps they will take to avoid the guantanamo bay situation. >> putting them on ships, submarines places like that for a temporary interrogation instead of a full interrogation that's dangerous. >> they are giving interrogators a history lesson on his islamic militia. >> this war is not over yet we are seeing a reversion back to the clinton administration where we are treating terrorists as a criminal defense. >> the benghazi suspect is a second operative picked up by the obama white house held to see them and transferred to federal court. the timing came up on capitol hill. the criminal complaint was found in dc last july. >> the operation though it looked routine it took months of preparations and intelligence. >> he can be questi
related charges. one may have tried to join isis. how far is it spread sng. >>> also, the benghazi arrest. how they lured the master mind and new questions surrounding where he'll be tried. we'll look at all the implications of that coming up on "new day." >> can't wait for that. >> thanks, guys. >>> held captive by terrorists for years. bowe bergdahl is facing another battle. this one from his roommate. wait until you hear what he said on capitol hill. that's all the drama, ahead. coy la cocina, a small kitchen that kick-starts the careers of 41 entrepreneurs. they bring the talent. we help fund the tools. it's a small way we help that's been huge for the community. little by little we can do a lot. because... small is huge. visit to see how big small can be. there was like an eruption on my skin. i had no idea i had shingles. red and puffy and itchy and burning. i'd lift my arm and the pain back here was excruciating. i couldn't lift my arms to drum or to dance. when i was drumming and moving my rib cage and my arms like this it hurt across here. when i went to the do
thought to be the mastermind of the attack on the u.s. consulate in benghazi apparently planned other attacks. u.s. ambassador to the u.n. defended the secret mission to capture, ahmed abu khattala calling it necessary to prevent those alleged attacks. khattala is expected to arrive in the u.s. in the coming days to face trial in washington, d.c. >>> and an 9-year-old philadelphia man is now being held without bail on a german arrest warrant. he's charged with helping to kill thousands of jews while he was a concentration camp guard. here's abc's ron claiborne. >> reporter: this is the face of johann breyer, the 89-year-old man, federal prosecutors called one of last surviving nazi war criminals in the u.s. >> he is charged with having been an armed guard at the auschwitz concentration camp. >> reporter: since 1952, breyer has been living quietly in philadelphia working as a toolmaker until his retirement. he has a wife, children, grandchildren. prosecutors moved to extradite him to germany where he faces 158 counts of aiding and abetting the mass murder of hundreds of thousand of jew
. here she is setting the record straight on benghazi. >> did you talk to secretary panetta that night? >> i talked with director petraeus. >> your testimony where -- before the senate on benghazi, you stated this. i certainly did not know of any reports that contradicted the talking points at the time that ambassador rice went opt the tv shows? you stand by that statement. >> i do, bret. i wrote about that at length in my book. this was the fog of war. >> do you know where the president was at the time of the attack? >> the president was in the white house? >> did you talk to the president about the video? >> i don't know that i talk to him about it at that conversation. >> i must say, she sure didn't seem brain dead there. she seemed very lively, answering tough questions from a first rate interviewer. >> you have something to say. >> they did did a great job. >> she came in a the lions den and she was to be supposed to injured and uncertain. >> you really in good faith think she did an outstanding job? >> yes i know dana disagrees. >> i think her interview on fox was perhaps her bes
.s. court. >>> and a suspect accused of the attack on benghazi a expected to arrive in the u stays in days. he's on board a navy warship in the mediterranean. he was captured on sunday in libya and will be tried in a u.s. court system. khatallah could face the death penalty for the death of ambassadam ba ambassador chris stevens and three other americans. >>> and this morning a man is being held without bail on a german arrest warran. johann breyer has been charged with aiding in the murder of adults and childrening. >> reporter: the family of 89-year-old breyer dodging cameras. >> 158 train loads, not individuals. train loads of people. >> reporter: breyer admits to being a former na za. an s.s. guard stationed in poland at auschwitz. they have an arrest warrant for slaughtering anywhere between 200 to 300,000 men, women, and children. they want him extradited as soon as possible. >> his guarding along with all the other guards who were in that circumstance in the battalions that he beloved to made it possible for those killings. >> reporter: wednesday breyer's defense attorney argued he'
, and the rights obsession with benghazi about to foretell the next big dumb thing our politics will tell. [ male announcer ] this one goes out to all the congestion sufferers who feel like there's a brick on their face. who are so congested, it feels like the walls are closing in. ♪ who are so stuffed up, they feel like they're under water. try zyrtec-d® to powerfully clear your blocked nose and relieve your other allergy symptoms... so you can breathe easier all day. zyrtec-d®. find it at the pharmacy counter. >>> hillary clinton has a book out, she did an interview on the fox news channel, guess how that went? >> madam secretary, the big news today is on benghazi, and the capture of abu khatallah. i heard you earlier today say by way of context, that it took more than ten years to pinpoint osama bin laden. >> right. >> is there a difference in this case, in that khatallah was hiding in plain sight, giving interviews to reporters. should he be read his miranda rights and tried in america court? did you talk to charlene lamb that evening? did you talk to secretary panetta that night. in your
of the attack of the u.s. consulate in benghazi apparently planned other attacks. the u.s. ambassador to the u.n. defended the secret mission to cap our abu khatallah. calling it in he to prevent those alleged attacks khatallah is expected to arrive in the u.s. in the coming days to face trial in washington, d.c. >>> people in parts of south dakota are waking up to a huge mess this morning after getting slammed by a powerful line of storms. this massive tornado touched down about 8:00 last night separating into two before merging back into one. another twister swept into the north slicing through the heart of wessington springs and destroyed more than a dozen homes and businesses. >> it was loud. the wind that kept going. we were hearing glass that was crashing. i mean, we were hearing things hitting the house. it was just this loud whirling noise that's so eerie to hear ha. >> two people were injured and the national guard called in to help. >>> and summer still two days away but the heat is on. washington, d.c. was the hot spot yesterday. temperatures there climbed well into the 90s driving
democrat on the house foreign affairs committee talks about iraq, benghazi and the release of sergeant bowe bergdahl and we'll take a look at the u.s. economy and the latest news coming out of the federal reserve with "new york times" senior economics correspondent neil irwin. washington journal airs every morning at 7:00 on c-span and you can join the conversation by phone, facebook and twitter. >> a reminder, you can watch all of our programs in our video library at the head of gm was on capitol hill taking questions about the automaker's recall of defective ignition switches. here's part of ceo mary barra's testimony. >> ms. barra, would you like to open? thank you, please full microphone close to you. thank you. you have to turn it on as well. thank you. >> thank you, mr. chairman. i appreciate the chance to appear before you again today on the ignition switch issue. before i proceed with my brief remarks, i want to again express my sympathies to the families that lost loved ones and those, too, who suffered physical injury. i'm ever mindful that we have a special responsibil
should send abu khatallah, the alleged ring leader of the benghazi attack. he was charged in criminal court, the obama administration announced that once u.s. officials -- joining me now, retired air force colonel morris davis. and colonel davis, do you think it's a good idea to send him to guantanamo? >> it's a terrible idea. the worst thing we could do, i think the president made a wise decision here bringing him to the u.s., trying him in federal court, and let's close this chapter at guantanamo and put it behind us. >> if we were to bring him to guantanamo as opposed to trying him in federal court. my understanding is giving him the legal ambiguity about the legal detainees, what you wan the to see is this man pay the price, civilian trial is much more likely to assure that in a speedy fashion than the morass that is guantanamo. >> back in september of 2006, there were 14 men transferred from the cia to guantanamo, of those 14 men, there's one that's been convicted and sentenced, and that was ahmed gallani. the other 13 men that got off the plane with limb that day are still in le
the record" right now. the takedown and interrogation of the benghazi suspect. is he singing? "on the record" starts right now. >> this is lawmaker extremist on a slow boat to america. >> is he supposedly a ringleader. >> u.s. agents capturing the suspected benghazi terrorist. will he lead us to the other killers? "on the record" investigates and developing now. [gunfire] >> extreme turmoil in iraq. gas prices climbing, instability growing and terror on the march. "on the record" live in iraq. >> i can tell you what i would be doing, burning up the telephone wires. >> secretary hillary clinton saying she would do more to help our marine jailed in mexico. >> that is just unacceptable. >> so where is secretary john kerry and will when will the obama administration bring sergeant tahmooressi home. "on the record" getting answers tonight. >> you this is a fox news alert. is he headed this way. the benghazi suspect nabbed by u.s. special forces. he is on board a navy ship where he is being interrogated for the very latest on the suspect's slow trip to the u.n. fox news security correspondent corr
questions right in a row about benghazi. and many about benghazi afterwards. how did hillary handle that? did they get anything on her or did she show she was on the job the night that he there broke loose. >>> plus, you would be hard pressed to find two senators more in lock step than john mccain and lindsey graham. whether to work to help solve the mess in iraq or not to. and a lesson on hillary clinton on how to sell a book. >> it is very hard choice. we push very hard. but as i say in my book, my book, as i write in my book, these are difficult hard choices. we make hard choices to have the concentration to be able to make those hard choices. >> as woody allen would say, the key two words here are hard choices. >>> finally, let me fin wish this battle on the right over iraq. this is "hardball", the place for politics. 45% say they want democrats in charge of congress and 43% want republicans but given gerrymandering and the concentrations of democratics in big cities that may not be decisive. we'll be right back. at shell, we believe the world needs a broader mix of energies, which i
the benghazi attack is on a slow boat to the usa. plenty of time to interrogate him. should he be tried in a civilian or military court? >>> plus, love and death -- love on death row. he faced execution for the horrific west memphis child murders. now he is free and rebuilding his life with the woman who he fell in love with while he was still behind bars. damian echols and laurie davis they will their story. tweet us using the #askdon. >>> dick cheney in an op-ed today in the "wall street journal" blasts president obama for, get this, his handling of iraq. that's right. pop, meet kettle. cheney, one of the architects of the iraq war, a crucial part of the team who got the u.s. into this mess in the first place, says this -- "rarely has a u.s. president been so wrong about so much at the expense of so many." this from the man who helped use faulty intelligence. remember? weapons of mass destruction? none found. miscalculated the cost of the war. part of it, they said, paid for by iraq's oil revenues. never happened. and misjudged just how long the conflict would last. quote, dick cheney
in benghazi that cost us four american lives. work with counterparts to ensure that this man will be brought to this. we are also following several other recent events that have american security and interests around the world. the shocking events in iraq this past week demonstrate the threats posed by continuing chaos in syria which has given rise to dangerous new extremist groups. -- the teary ration in yemen shows that established terrorist organizations remain a serious threat. the aggressive moves by russia and ukraine recalled the importance of security commitments to our eyes, partners, and friends. finally, the drawdown in afghanistan raising serious questions about our serious austrian commitments to that country. secretary hagel, general dempsey, i hope you can address these in your remarks. shrinking budgets meant that many important programs such as large headquarters staffs, generous contractor support, generous travel policies have been changed and cut back. it's not clear the department is making all of the tough choices required in this budget environment. the school 13 budge
on the border of the v.a. or the irs losing its e-mails or benghazi before that, it seems like every day now, every other day, there's a new crisis. almost like we're overwhelmed by the number of crisis and conflicts arising as a result of the incompetence and in some instances the design of this administration. >> i'm looking at the situation in iraq and here's what i see. what i just tried to lay out in the last segment is very simply this. they made the case for saddam hussein having weapons of mass destruction. everybody on the left, almost everybody, they voted for the authorization and the use of force. things got difficult. they turned it into politics. as a result, george bush kind of went it alone on the surge and he took a beating for it, and now the country city by city has fallen into the hands of radical islamists. now they're talking about 100 special forces, maybe pinprick stripes. is that a good idea? >> here's the problem. this is not about nation building in iraq. i hear people say that. harry reid went to the senate floor and said let iraqis take care of their own problem,
? this has nothing to do -- really? the middle east is on fire. you just found the guy in benghazi. right. i'm trying to think of some of the other things. we've got 60,000 people, children -- how do children as little as 3 years old, how do they get from guatemala to texas? i live in texas. i can barely find the southern border. how does that happen? and so now -- really, out of all of these things, inflation, milk, food, that's important? this is something that the left and the right should be able to agree on. come on, guys. congress, stop. stop it. >> there's going to be a big deal. you're talking about property rights that are being taken away by the government. >> that is one of the worst things, megyn. i've heard the conversations today. people are saying, well, what should they rename them? maybe have a contest. it's not your property. he gets to pick it. if congress only pays attention to the names of football teams, then maybe we should name them the washington benghazis. >> and what's going to happen next time when we have a republican president, republican administration, and som
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